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BOR­DER AGENT IN­DICTED IN 4 TEXAS DEATHS: U.S. Bor­der Pa­trol agent Juan David Or­tiz, 35, who con­fessed to killing four sex work­ers, told in­ves­ti­ga­tors he wanted to “clean up the streets” of his Texas bor­der home­town, a prose­cu­tor said Wed­nes­day while an­nounc­ing that a grand jury had in­dicted the man for cap­i­tal mur­der. POPE TO VISIT UAE: Pope Fran­cis plans to visit the United Arab Emi­rates in Fe­bru­ary to push for Chris­tian-Mus­lim di­a­logue and peace in the first-ever pa­pal visit to the Ara­bian Penin­sula. The Feb. 3-5 trip to Abu Dhabi cen­ters on an in­ter­faith meet­ing, the Vat­i­can said Thurs­day. Fran­cis will also have the chance to meet with po­lit­i­cal lead­ers as well as the UAE’s Catholic com­mu­nity, which is made up al­most ex­clu­sively of for­eign work­ers. AVE­NATTI’S AS­SETS TRANS­FERRED TO ES­TRANGED WIFE: A South­ern Cal­i­for­nia judge has trans­ferred as­sets in­clud­ing a six-seat busi­ness jet worth mil­lions and a 2017 Fer­rari GT Spi­der from Stormy Daniels’ lawyer Michael Ave­natti as part of his di­vorce. Orange County Judge Carol Hen­son also or­dered some of Ave­natti’s as­sets be liq­ui­dated and sold for back child and spousal sup­port. Ave­natti pre­vi­ously was or­dered to pay more than $150,000 a month in child and spousal sup­port to Lisa Sto­rie-Ave­natti.

Michael Ave­natti

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